This is Day 11 of my Character Reveal series for my next book—title TBA soon. I’ll post a new character and a one-question T/F Quiz each Wednesday until I run out of characters. Those who comment most AND answer the most questions correctly will receive a signed book (bookplate sent separately) and a chance at 1 of 2 $10.00 Gift Certificates. NOTE THIS CHANGE: I started announcing winners at the end of each week, but that became tedious, so I’ll announce future winners toward the end of the Reveal. The books and the CG’s will be sent out upon publication. Sorry, but I can only send signed books to U.S. However, I can send an eBook to international winners.
To enter, leave a comment and type the answer to the quiz at the end of your comment (A, B, or C) I’ve left links to previous posts if you’re joining me late, so you can work your way back if you want to see the other posts and comment. Here’s last week’s POST.
Meet the Sheriff
Sheriff Davidson’s daughter is a skier, so he’s keen on finding out who caused Libby’s accident that day at Blake’s Crossing, but there’s nothing to go on. Libby can’t remember anything beyond the collision, and nobody’s coming forward as a witness. Still, he’s determined to investigate.
This character is a slow, but sure kind of guy–old-school. He does his leg work and he’s not one to give up on what seems like a hopeless situation. He’s also a stickler for following the rules, and with Libby and Harley also tracking down clues, he gets a bit perturbed.
Quiz: There are a lot of famous TV sheriffs. Here are three, but one isn’t famous, in fact, he never existed. I made him up. Which one is he?
A. Johnson Mayhew, of Tulsa, Oklahoma
B. Andy Jackson Taylor of Mayberry, North Carolina
C. Seth Bullock of Deadwood, South Dakota
NEXT WEEK YOU’LL MEET LIBBY, THE LAST CHARACTER I’LL INTRODUCE, BUT THE CENTRAL ONE. AND I’LL POST THE QUIZZES WITH ALL THE ANSWERS. THE QUIZZES WERE JUST FOR FUN, BUT IF YOU TOOK THE TIME TO PLAY, I REALLY APPRECIATED IT, AND YOUR NAME WENT IN THE HAT FOR THE GIFT CERTIFICATE.